Frederick Hazlitt Brennan


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Always (1989) -- (Movie Clip) I Was Rusty On Panic Sort of a Maguffin opening, highly dramatic, from director Steven Spielberg, in the picture he said was inspired-by, rather than a remake-of A Guy Named Joe, 1944, introducing Richard Dreyfuss and Holly Hunter, John Goodman supporting, in Always, 1989, co-starring Audrey Hepburn.
Always (1989) -- (Movie Clip) Time Is Funny Stuff Firefighter pilot Pete (Richard Dreyfuss) doesn’t realized he’s just crashed his plane and died, but things are explained to him by “Hap” (Audrey Hepburn, her first appearance, having come out of retirement, for what would be her final film), in Steven Spielberg’s Always, 1989.
Adventure (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Sap From The Tree Of Knowledge In San Francisco, supporting mate Mudgin (Thomas Mitchell), who’s distraught because he’s broken promises made to the almighty to bring about rescue from their last shipwreck, captain Harry (Clark Gable) agrees to seek knowledge at the library, meeting fetching Emily (Greer Garson), in Adventure, 1946.
Adventure (1946) -- (Movie Clip) I Bless The Old Tub Myself Parting with a Mexican port girlfriend (Lina Romay), merchant marine captain Harry (Clark Gable) reminds his soused mate Mudgin (Thomas Mitchell) he’s coming along, and deals with the younger and older Estados (Tito Renaldo, Philip Merivale), early in MGM’s Adventure, 1946, also starring Greer Garson.
Guy Named Joe, A -- (Movie Clip) I'll Scratch Your Eyes Out American flyer Pete (Spencer Tracy) with pal Al (Ward Bond) in Scotland awaiting a visit from girlfriend and cargo pilot Dorinda (Irene Dunne), early in director Victor Fleming's A Guy Named Joe, 1944.
Guy Named Joe, A -- (Movie Clip) Twin Hooks, Rhode Island Monitoring in-training pilot Ted (Van Johnson) at a night-spot, deceased aviator Pete (Spencer Tracy) encourages him to approach Ellen (Esther Williams), who's worried about recruit Sanderson (Charles Smith), in A Guy Named Joe, 1944.
Guy Named Joe, A (1944) -- (Movie Clip) You Still My Girl? Maybe sentimental but top notch MGM scene, Victor Fleming directs Spencer Tracy as pilot Pete, finally agreeing to turn in his wings when cargo flier girlfriend Dorinda (Irene Dunne) says she will too, when comrade Al (Ward Bond) arrives with an emergency, from Dalton Trumbo’s script, in A Guy Named Joe, 1944.
One Night At Susie's (1930) -- (Movie Clip) These Millionaires, They're So Eccentric Press agent Dick (Douglas Fairbanks) is alarmed when the showgirl pals of his fianceè Mary (Billie Dove) are turned away from a party at the posh apartment of her crooked Broadway producer, with whom she’s stuck upstairs, with a neat elevator process-shot, in One Night At Susie’s, 1930.
One Night At Susie's (1930) -- (Movie Clip) Rods On The Table Creditable early-talkie technique, jovial murderous mobsters clustered around the microphone, introducing Susie (Helen Ware) of the title and providing backstory for leading man Douglas Fairbanks Jr., opening the First National Billie Dove vehicle One Night At Susie’s, 1930.
One Night At Susie's (1930) -- (Movie Clip) Will Your Underwear Fit Him? Broadway press agent Dick (Douglas Fairbanks Jr.) introduces showgirl fianceè Mary (Billie Dove) to good-samaritan Susie (Helen Ware), boarding-house operator and his de-facto mom, who later deals with another tenant and her sort-of butler (Tully Marshall), in One Night At Susie’s, 1930.
Guy Named Joe, A -- (Movie Clip) You're A Soap Bubble First with fellow deceased pilot Dick (Barry Nelson) and rookie Rourke (Don Defore), Pete (Spencer Tracy) takes young and wealthy Ted (Van Johnson) up for the first time, in Victor Fleming's A Guy Named Joe, 1944.